Brady Henderson ESPN
Pete Carroll said the Seahawks aren't going to push things with linebacker K.J. Wright and his troublesome knee, which suggests that he may not play next week at Carolina. Wright couldn't finish the Rams game last week and was inactive Thursday night. Carroll was pleased with how Austin Calitro played against the Packers in Wright's absence, saying that while Shaquem Griffin is pushing for playing time at that spot, Calitro has been more consistent. Mychal Kendricks, who replaced Wright earlier in the season before he was suspended, is now eligible to practice, but he has to miss two more games before he can play. Carroll said of Wright: "We're trying to get his knee back where he really feels confident that he can get back and stay back. So we're going to take our time, whatever time it takes to check that out and make a decision on it."